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The Beatles — I've Got A Feeling
Album: Let It Be
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Released: 1970
Length: 3:33
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I've got a feeling, a feeling deep inside
Oh yeah, oh yeah, that's right
I've got a feeling, a feeling I can't hide
No no no, oh no, oh no
Yeah yeah I've got a feeling yeah

Oh please believe me, I'd hate to miss the train
Oh yeah, yeah, oh yeah
And if you leave me I won't be late again
Oh no, oh no, oh no
Yeah yeah I've got a feeling yeah
I've got a feeling

All these years I've been wandering around
Wondering how come nobody told me
All that I was looking for was somebody
Who looked like you

I've got a feeling, that keeps me on my toes
Oh yeah, oh yeah

I've got a feeling, I think that everybody knows
Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah
Yeah yeah I've got a feeling yeah
Yeah

Everybody had a hard year
Everybody had a good time
Everybody had a wet dream
Everybody saw the sunshine
Oh yeah, (oh yeah) oh yeah, oh yeah
Everybody had a good year
Everybody let their hair down
Everybody pulled their socks up
Everybody put their foot down
Oh yeah
Yeah I've got a feeling
A feeling deep inside
Oh yeah

Oh yeah

I've got a feeling
A feeling I can't hide
Oh no

Oh no no no

Yeah yeah yeah yeah
I've got a feeling

I've got a feeling

Everybody had a good year
Everybody had a hard time

Everybody had a wet dream

Everybody saw the sunshine

Everybody had a good year
Everybody let their hair down

Everybody pulled their socks up

Everybody put the foot down
Oh yeah

Oh yeah

I've got a feeling
Yeah yeah yeah yeah
Comments (37)add comment
 On_The_Beach wrote:

I'm considering subscribing to Disney Plus for a month just to see the 3-part documentary (6 hours +) by Peter Jackson. Based on the clips I've seen it looks pretty awesome.



Do it! It is AWESOME! It's long, but you will get sucked into it. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
at the tippy top of their game

just watch that doc movie

these guys completed last two albums and did rooftop show...in about three weeks

incredible
Wish I could give it a 100!
Fab 4 at their rooftop best.  Nothing compares.  
 bitbanger wrote:

Dunno, compared to some of the great masterpieces from these guys it just seemed like they just mailed this album in. I guess the impending breakup of the band kept them from finding the kind of creative collaborating that made the Beatles so special. Even still, it is pretty darn good. IMHO, of course.



Well, considering they recorded Abbey Road a few months after this - albeit in a 'real' studio setting - I'd say there was nothing wrong with their creativity!
 On_The_Beach wrote:

I'm considering subscribing to Disney Plus for a month just to see the 3-part documentary (6 hours +/-) by Peter Jackson. Based on the clips I've seen it looks pretty awesome.



It gets a bit tedious in parts (I understand that's a bit of a Peter Jackson characteristic), but there's so much amazing stuff in there that's it's completely worth it.

I saw someone post on Twitter that "I think we owe Yoko a BIG apology!"
 paloeguevo wrote:

Just go watch The 3 part documentary Get back at Disney plus. We are so lucky to have that available after some many years



After watching that, and watching Paul just wail like no one else could or can, this has turned into one of my all time favorite Beatles tunes.
Just go watch The 3 part documentary Get back at Disney plus. We are so lucky to have that available after some many years
I'm considering subscribing to Disney Plus for a month just to see the 3-part documentary (6 hours +) by Peter Jackson. Based on the clips I've seen it looks pretty awesome.
Sometimes, if you are drinking good beverages and smoking enlightening things while hearing this, you can be transported to FEELING it, and that makes all the difference. I love the way Paul is way out there in that "psycho" mode -- where John usually is -- and how you can tell they are getting their kicks being as freaky as can be! I love playing this late at night when i want to keep things going...
The legendary Billy Preston (who played keyboard on the Let It Be album) did a free concert at a park in my city a few years back.  Somehow I didn't get word of it and missed it.  Within a year or two after that he was dead.  I will never forgive myself for not knowing about that concert, and missing it has been one of the biggest regrets of my life.  I can't hear any of his music now without thinking about that show I missed {#Cry}
Dunno, compared to some of the great masterpieces from these guys it just seemed like they just mailed this album in. I guess the impending breakup of the band kept them from finding the kind of creative collaborating that made the Beatles so special. Even still, it is pretty darn good. IMHO, of course.
I only want to hear John's part .
 ziggytrix wrote:


I've heard Let It Be a billion times.

I've heard this one... well, I'm sure I've heard it at least once before, but I didn't even recognize it.

It was almost like hearing a new Beatles song!

The willingness to play the deep cuts is one of the things that makes RP better than ClearChannel.
 
I have even heard it not enough times yet.  So I can say I like this song !
The rest is played to death.
 Dave_Mack wrote:
I really like Paul's tough guy voice on this one. The contrast when John sings lead is nice too.
 
Never knowingly heard this before - I was over-exposed to Beatles in their early years, but this is totally different to anything of theirs that I'd heard before. I can hear flavours of Who and Quinn The Eskimo. I do prefer Paul's voice to John's
Another new one for me 
My favorite tune off this album
I really like Paul's tough guy voice on this one. The contrast when John sings lead is nice too.
    Great tune; simple as that.
 MeanUncleJake wrote:
Always a favorite -under the radar- Beatle song.   used to be a really cool YouTube video of this song live on a rooftop somewhere in London I think.  Can't find the link anymore. :(     Thanks for bringing this one back Bill & Rebecca.
 


https://vimeo.com/347123980

one of my favourites
 k3rmit wrote:
Shame on me I only knew the Tesla cover of it. I guess I can put this in the [small] category of Beatles songs I actually like.
 
Sounds to me like you like Beatles songs, just not the Beatles themselves.
Always a favorite -under the radar- Beatle song.   used to be a really cool YouTube video of this song live on a rooftop somewhere in London I think.  Can't find the link anymore. :(     Thanks for bringing this one back Bill & Rebecca.
 WBOB wrote:


That was "Don't Let Me Down".
 

True, but the song was the fifth one played up there on the roof.
Got the headphones on this one and have goose bumps.

IT IS INCREDIBLE!
I love the left/right mix of this song.
 idiot_wind wrote:
Was this their last ever live song played, in front of an audience (the roof top show in London)?
 

That was "Don't Let Me Down".
Still love the Beatles, but find Paul so grating. Saved when John comes in.
now that's a godlike 10 all day long.. 💪
 25demayo wrote:

Tend to agree. Would prefer to hear Let it Be.
 

I've heard Let It Be a billion times.

I've heard this one... well, I'm sure I've heard it at least once before, but I didn't even recognize it.

It was almost like hearing a new Beatles song!

The willingness to play the deep cuts is one of the things that makes RP better than ClearChannel.
Shame on me I only knew the Tesla cover of it. I guess I can put this in the [small] category of Beatles songs I actually like.
Was this their last ever live song played, in front of an audience (the roof top show in London)?
 Larrygrrl wrote:
I love the Beatles, but I'm not sure what feeling this song gives me.  Hmmmm.....
 
Tend to agree. Would prefer to hear Let it Be.
OMG
TY Bill

Again Smiling from ear to ear

Wow, I haven't heard this song in 20-30 years... I completely forgot about it. I always dug it, majorly. Can't believe it fell by the wayside. 
I love the Beatles, but I'm not sure what feeling this song gives me.  Hmmmm.....